Topical legal content articles for marketing family law

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Previous legal topics

Examples of the family law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:

Think twice before using social media during a family dispute

  • why you should avoid using social media while annoyed;
  • risks associated with negative social media posts about someone;
  • using past posts as evidence in family courts; and
  • things to consider before posting on social media platforms.

Enforcing child contact arrangements

  • advice if another parent is notabiding by the court order;

  • consequences of breaching a child arrangement order;

  • courts powers in enforcing child contact arrangements; and

  • taking action on welfare concerns for a child.

Who pays private school fees after divorce or separation?

  • former partner's refusal to pay school fees;

  • deciding how school fees will be paid;

  • how to court decides on compulsory contributions; and

  • an outline of the courts approach in a dispute.

Can a non-molestation order prevent someone bothering me?

  • what is a non-molestation order and who can be stopped?
  • what are the grounds for a non-molestation order?
  • how can you obtain a non-molestation order? and
  • what happens if a non-molestation order is breached?

Parental responsibility and assisted conception via IVF or a donor

  • what is parental responsibility?
  • who has parental responsibility after in-vitro fertilisation (IVF)?
  • who has parental responsibility after egg or sperm donation? and
  • how you can obtain parental responsibility for your biological child.

Is a prenup part of your business risk management strategy?

  • what impact can divorce have on my business?

  • how is a business considered within the financial settlement?

  • how can a prenup protect business owners? and

  • what type of business assets can be covered?

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